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Bedaya briefs entrepreneurs on China trip

DOHA, August 5, 2018

Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and Professional Development, a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, recently hosted an induction meeting for a team of entrepreneurs visiting China’s factories in Guangzhou and Shenzhen.

The visit, in co-operation with Aspect Entrepreneurship and Trade, kicked off today (August 5) and will conclude on August 12.

The trip is designed for entrepreneurs wishing to explore opportunities to build up and develop their business, gain knowledge about machinery and technological progress in two of China’s most famous commercial cities, said a statement from Bedaya.

During the introductory meet-up, the Bedaya team offered a glimpse into the schedule of the trip and the important things such as costs, transportation, housing and translation, as well as the sectors covered such as packaging, perfumes and clothing, it said.

Reem Al Suwaidi, general manager, Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and Professional Development, said: “Today we are preparing for China’s first-of-its-kind journey in line with the strategy and objectives of the centre to support entrepreneurs and open their horizons in various sectors and industries.”

“This visit is also intended to link them to the most important factories in Guangzhou and Shenzhen, the two most industrialised cities, which have become the focus of eyes of all traders and entrepreneurs around the world, because of the techniques that are based on factories in various fields and sectors,” she said.

Al Suwaidi continued: “We always strive to provide the best opportunities for entrepreneurs in Qatar to help them be on the right track and select their career path, which contributes to the growth of their companies and the development of their business across all sectors.”

“Entrepreneurship is vital to economic development and a key driver of private sector activity and diversification. It is playing a key role in shaping and developing a more diversified economic base in line with the growing role of the SME sector in Qatar, which is in tune with the Qatar National Vision 2030,” she added. – TradeArabia News Service




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